Very light pink are dominant on this How To Protect Cells That Contain Formulas In Excel due to table below. Then white & powder bluecolor scheme is make it perfect. Combination beetween powder blue, light grey, greyish, silver, blue/grey are wraping around the room.

Below is the table contains color information of How To Protect Cells That Contain Formulas In Excel.

ColorColor CodePercentage %Name
f0f0f042.746031746032very light pink
ffffff16.404761904762white
c0d8f011.15873015873powder blue
c0d8ff4.6269841269841powder blue
d8d8d83.4761904761905light grey
a8a8a83.0555555555556greyish
c0c0c02.4761904761905silver
7890a82.2619047619048blue/grey
9090902.1428571428571grey
a8c0d81.6031746031746cloudy blue
fff0f01.3174603174603very light pink
90a8c01.2936507936508bluegrey
fff0ff1.0793650793651pale grey
f0fff00.81746031746032very light pink
6078900.75396825396825blue grey
f0f0000.74603174603175bright yellow
f0f0c00.63492063492063egg shell
f0ffff0.6031746031746pale grey
7878780.55555555555556medium grey
fffff00.42857142857143very light pink

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